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Willem
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« on: April 09, 2007, 00:37:50 AM »

I tried KRadio, which sounds pretty cool, listening to the radio via internet. But do I need a radiocard or something?
I got the error:
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2007-04-09T00:36:19 logging started
2007-04-09T00:36:21 Could not find an accessible v4l(2) radio device.
2007-04-09T00:36:21 V4LRadio::readV4LCaps: cannot open /dev/radio
2007-04-09T00:36:51 V4LRadio::readV4LCaps: cannot open /dev/radio
2007-04-09T00:36:52 V4LRadio::radio_init: Cannot open radio device /dev/radio
2007-04-09T00:38:08 V4LRadio::readV4LCaps: cannot open /dev/radio
2007-04-09T00:38:08 V4LRadio::radio_init: Cannot open radio device /dev/radio
2007-04-09T00:38:32 V4LRadio::readV4LCaps: cannot open /dev/radio
2007-04-09T00:38:32 V4LRadio::radio_init: Cannot open radio device /dev/radio
2007-04-09T00:40:10 V4LRadio::readV4LCaps: cannot open /dev/radio
2007-04-09T00:40:10 V4LRadio::radio_init: Cannot open radio device /dev/radio
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« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2007, 08:27:36 AM »

Yes, Kradio is not for listening at internet radio, but for listening radio "on the air". So you'll need a radiocard or something simular.

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« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2007, 08:28:06 AM »

Yes, Kradio is not for listening at internet radio, but for listening radio "on the air". See: http://kradio.sourceforge.net/

So you'll need a radiocard or something simular.

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« Reply #3 on: January 02, 2010, 03:21:03 AM »

KRadio you can listen/recording to Internet radio without any problems. You get a good quality of sound in KRadio. Can be a bit difficult to understand how to add stations.

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